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Visitation Plan November 26, 2020

Our Visitation Plan outlines visitation guidelines in all areas of the home during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Radiant Care’s Visitation Plan is consistent and aligned with the guidelines set out by the Ontario government. The visitation guidelines in all areas of the home are determined based on government direction. Please click the link below to view our current Visitation Plan or contact our front office at Pleasant Manor or Tabor Manor to arrange to pick up a hard copy.

Tabor Manor LTC 3rd Floor is currently in outbreak.  

 

ViSITATION PLAN

Our Visitation Plan includes:

  • Resuming Visits During COVID-19 Policy and Plan (pages 1-13)
  • Appendix A: Infection Prevention & Control (IPAC) Information Package (pages 14-17)
  • Appendix B: Attestation, Waiver and Release (pages 18-19)

All visitors, including caregivers, must read Radiant Care’s Visitation Plan and adhere to all education, attestation, and screening requirements contained therein. The links to the required education are contained within the plan and are also listed below for quick reference.

lINKS TO ipac education

Ensuring the safety of everyone is Radiant Care’s highest priority as Radiant Care continues to welcome visitors back to Pleasant Manor and Tabor Manor.

 

Updated October 25 , 2022

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Fruit and Quilts

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Watermelon & Roll Kuchen

Our tenants and residents look forward to this traditional summer treat each year!

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Courtesy of the Radiant Care Foundation, residents, tenants, and staff at both Pleasant Manor and Tabor Manor enjoyed delicious ice-cream treats from the Marble Slab Creamery!

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